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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2023.1

Cul­tur­al lega­cies of Old Norse lit­er­a­ture: new per­spec­tives An excit­ing new col­lec­tion of essays explor­ing the star­tling vari­ety of trans­for­ma­tions of Old Norse texts, and their lega­cy in lat­er lit­er­ary cul­tures. The „Viking Age“ of medieval Scan­di­navia, with its hea­then … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2022.12

Dat­ing the Old Norse Poet­ic Edda: A mul­ti­fac­to­r­i­al analy­sis of lin­guis­tic fea­tures This book offers new dat­ing of the poems of the Old Norse Poet­ic Edda, per­haps our best sources about the mythol­o­gy and leg­ends of the Viking Age. This … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2022.7

His­tor­i­cal Lacu­nae and Poet­ic Space: A Cre­ative Approach to Old Norse Poet­ry and Poet­ics This book explores the nature of poet­ic read­ing using a cre­ative approach to under­stand­ing Old Norse poet­ry. It con­sid­ers lacu­nae in the his­to­ry, crit­i­cism and schol­ar­ly … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2022.3

Unwant­ed: Neglect­ed Approach­es, Char­ac­ters, and Texts in Old Norse-Ice­­landic Saga Stud­ies The 9 essays col­lect­ed in this vol­ume are the result of a work­shop for inter­na­tion­al doc­tor­al and post­doc­tor­al researchers in Old Norse-Ice­­landic Saga Stud­ies held at the Insti­tute for … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2021.10

Dis­course in Old Norse lit­er­a­ture An exam­i­na­tion of what dia­logues and direct speech in Old Norse lit­er­a­ture can con­vey and mean, beyond their imme­di­ate face-val­ue. The vast and diverse cor­pus of Old Norse lit­er­a­ture pre­serves the lan­guage spo­ken not only … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2021.9

Nar­ra­tive in the Ice­landic fam­i­ly saga: mean­ings of time in Old Norse lit­er­a­ture Rep­re­sen­ta­tive of a unique lit­er­ary genre and com­posed in the 13th and 14th cen­turies, the Ice­landic Fam­i­ly Sagas rank among some of the world’s great­est lit­er­a­ture. Here, … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2021.4

Explor­ing NORDIC COOL in Lit­er­ary His­to­ryHow did Nordic cul­ture become asso­ci­at­ed with the fuzzy brand “cool”, as by default? In Explor­ing NORDIC COOL in Lit­er­ary His­to­ry twen­­ty-one schol­ars in col­lab­o­ra­tion ques­tion the seem­ing­ly nat­ur­al fit between “Nordic” and “Cool” by … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2021.3

Dieb­stahl und Raub in den Islän­der­sagas: Ein­fall­store in die nor­röne Erzähl- und Vorstel­lungsweltDieb­stahl und Raub sind eben­so wie Gaben reziproke Hand­lun­gen mit vielfälti­gen lit­er­arischen Ein­satzmöglichkeit­en. Obwohl wider­rechtliche Aneig­nun­gen schon auf den ersten Blick zu den zen­tralen The­men ein­er ›Wikinger­lit­er­atur‹ zählen, … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2021.1

Mar­gins, mon­sters, deviants: alter­i­ties in old Norse lit­er­a­ture and cul­tureThis anthol­o­gy explores depic­tions of alter­i­ty, mon­stros­i­ty and devi­a­tion in medieval Ice­landic lit­er­a­ture, Scan­di­na­vian his­to­ry, and beyond. The authors explore issues of iden­ti­ty, genre, char­ac­ter and text and the inter­play between … Weit­er­lesen

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Kennen Sie schon … das Blog „Norse and Viking Ramblings“?

Unter dem Mot­to „A gen­tle wan­der through the Viking world“ blog­gt Judith Jesch vom Cen­tre for the Study of the Viking Age der Uni Not­ting­ham über alles rund um das Wikinger-Zeital­ter: Dur­ing the day (and some­times the night) I teach … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2020.10

Mas­culin­i­ties in Old Norse Lit­er­a­tureCom­pared to oth­er areas of medieval lit­er­a­ture, the ques­tion of mas­culin­i­ty in Old Norse-Ice­­landic lit­er­a­ture has been under­stud­ied. This is a neglect which this vol­ume aims to rec­ti­fy. The essays col­lect­ed here intro­duce and analyse a … Weit­er­lesen

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The Myths and Legends Podcast › Norse Legends: „See How they Fly“

„In this episode from Norse leg­ends, we’ll see that the worst breakups involve Thor break­ing up the cou­ple with his ham­mer and we’ll see that even though Odin can shapeshift, that does­n’t mean he skips the con­di­tion­er. It’s the Saga … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2020.9

A crit­i­cal com­pan­ion to Old Norse lit­er­ary gen­reWe can­not read lit­er­ary works with­out mak­ing use of the con­cept of genre. In Old Norse stud­ies, genre has been cen­tral to the cat­e­gori­sa­tion, eval­u­a­tion and under­stand­ing of medieval prose and poet­ry alike; … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2020.8

Mov­ing Words in the Nordic Mid­dle Ages: Trac­ing Lit­era­cies, Texts, and Ver­bal Com­mu­ni­tiesThe cul­mi­na­tion of over a decade’s research on ver­bal cul­ture in the pre- and post-Con­ver­­sion medieval North at Bergen’s Cen­tre for Medieval Stud­ies, this vol­ume traces the move­ment … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2020.6

Pas­sives and Mid­dles in Main­land Scan­di­na­vian: Microvari­a­tion Through Expo­nen­cyThis mono­graph explores the prop­er­ties of pas­sive and mid­dle voice con­struc­tions in Nor­we­gian and Swedish, con­cen­trat­ing on the lin­guis­tic vari­a­tion relat­ed to these two con­struc­tions in Main­land Scan­di­na­vian. At an empir­i­cal lev­el, … Weit­er­lesen